Referees' boss admits blunders after violent scenes

Leteane left UB stadium under escort
Leteane left UB stadium under escort

The Botswana Football Association (BFA) referees manager, Jonti Rasetshoga has admitted to errors from his officials after pandemonium broke out during a BTC Premiership encounter between Extension Gunners and Gilport Lions.

The match officials had to be escorted from the UB Stadium after Gilport Lions beat Gunners 2-1 on Saturday.

Supporters protested the referee, Gilbert Leteane’s decision to send off playmaker, Dirang Moloi within five minutes to full time. An off field scuffle ensued after the referee cautioned Lesego Galenamotlhale and assistant coach, Pontsho Moloi.  “I have to be honest and admit that there have been errors from our referees.

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